COURSE: WENV 541 Water Quality Management Course (ISEERB approved for all DoD Components)
Students will comprehend the technical and regulatory requirements of the installation water quality management program, and understand methods to plan and implement a successful program.
The course provides instruction on technical and regulatory issues concerning water quality compliance. Major subject areas are wastewater, stormwater and drinking water.
Wastewater topics include permitting, combined sewer system evaluation, infiltration and inflow, sanitary sewer overflows, wastewater pretreatment, and discharge sampling. Stormwater topics include spill prevention control and countermeasures, regulations, municipal stormwater, industrial operations, construction stormwater management, low-impact development, total maximum daily loads, and watershed permits. Drinking water topics include regulations, reporting and recordkeeping, water vulnerability, emergency response, water system evaluation, cross-connection, backflow prevention, source water protection, sampling and quality control, and system operator permits.
The course also provides instruction on program management, water rights, emerging issues, enforcement actions, state regulations, overseas and foreign government requirements, project funding, cross functional team communication, and statement of work preparation. Problem solving and group exercises are included in the course. Students and instructors are from all services.
Wastewater Program Manager, Stormwater Program Manager, Drinking Water Program Manager.
Drinking Water Surveillance Personnel, Water Utilities Supervisor, Water/Wastewater Plant Supervisor, Environmental Branch/Asset Management Chief (Installation Environmental Program Director) and Water System/Utilities Maintenance Engineers (e.g., Operation and Maintenance Personnel, Installation/Facility Management, Utility and Energy Managers).
Officers: O1-O6; Enlisted: E4-E9; Civilians: GS5-GS14
10 December-14 December, 2018 offering is ARMY ONLY!
A student crossfeed assignment is required to be completed within two weeks prior to the course start date. This average time to complete the assignment is 1 to 4 hours.
Course Enrollment Closes for all AFIT CE offerings 14 days prior to Course Start Date!
3.5 CEUs in compliance with IACET standards
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